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Membership of the Trace Association

As a member of the Trace (a transition towards circular economy) Association, you gain access to knowledge, network, projects, and events.

Trace brings together knowledge institutions and private and public companies and institutions to collaborate and share knowledge across industries.

  • In Trace we strive to solve national and international structural challenges within circular economy. These include regulatory, economic, and LCA challenges, as well as leadership and end-user/citizen involvement.
  • Trace provides access to disruptive, innovative research, inspiration, and knowledge related to circular economy.
  • Trace seeks to provide access to national and international funding.


Membership fee:

  • The membership fee is 10.000 DKK. per year per company.


Register your Organization

Please fill out the form below

The address should preferably be the main address of the organization. It is possible to later assign more than one address to the membership.

Daily Contact Person

The contact person is the primary contact that we will contact on a daily basis. It is possible to later assign more than one contact person to the membership.

About your Organization

Annual membership fee: 10.000 DKK per organization regardless of size.

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By signing up, I accept that my data will be used in connection with activities, projects or collaborations related to Denmark's environmental cluster and I will automatically be signed up for information from Trace. In addition, data is used to document activities towards supporters, which in some cases require documentation to be stored for many years to come. Trace only uses encrypted online IT systems to store contact and personal data and all systems are controlled with access control, including the Podio system. The legal basis for Trace’s collection/storage/processing of personal data is Article 6(1)(b) and (f) of the General Data Protection Regulation – read more at